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If your only experience with Nashoba Brooks Bakery is their bread you buy in a store, you must visit their bakery & cafe.
A lack of large signage & set back from the road makes it a little hard to find, but the it’s findable...More
The have the best sour dough bread this side of San Francisco. It is served in a number of very good local restaurants. Also a great place to have lunch or stop at during your bike trip (is is just off the Bruce Freeman bike...More
Came here last Sunday over the labor day weekend with my husband. I had the quiche and he had the chicken pot pie both were excellent, reasonable price and we didn't have to wait long. The beautiful outdoor sitting area along the river and bridge...More
Nashoba Brook Bakery is by far one of my favourite places to show off to my friends and family who visit! They have the best chili chai latte - it's my happy drink! Their sandwiches are pretty much the most delicious ever as well. The...More
We recently stopped here for a late afternoon cup of coffee. The young man at the counter was very friendly and patient as we decided on our orders. He was very accommodating, cheerfully taking everyone's individual coffee/tea order. The coffee was excellent, even the decaff,...More
What a great place to buy a sandwich for lunch! Such a choice of breads and fillings it makes it difficult to decide! I had the curried chicken sandwich on sour dough bread and it was absolutely delicious! My husband had the ham and emmentaller...More
Wonderful variety of made to order sandwiches on offer on delicious bread from this bakery. Only regret is no wheat-free or gluten-free options. Crowded scene at the lunch hour - had to wait for a spot to sit.
I guess it's officially a bakery, and you can buy a wide range of fresh breads to take home, but it's also a deli with really good sandwiches and pastries. Better if you can go before or after lunchtime, because there's a funky collection of...More
I work close by the Nashoba Bakey, it's a great place, it's great to go at lunch and sit outside but it's very busy and a little small, you need to go early or after the lunch rush to really enjoy. Their bread is so...More